On Tue, Jan 12, 2021 at 10:01 AM Stasiek Michalski <hellcp(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
Am Di, 12. Jan, 2021 um 3:47 P. M. schrieb Martin Liška
On 1/12/21 3:45 PM, Stasiek Michalski wrote:
I would recommend seeing if using dnf on openSUSE
result. I suspect this is due to the way libzypp calls RPM a few
times per package
Can you please make a pull request to the GitHub repo where you will
install the same packages using dnf?
It's faster, but keep in mind dnf only has to install 166 packages
where zypper installed 191 (though still it took it 3x the time). The
entire workflow would probably also be faster if I used Neal's new
Tumbleweed dnf images instead of the docker ones.
The new opensuse/tumbleweed-dnf container is ready for use, so I took
the liberty of extending the pipeline you have to add it to your test
It looks like the tumbleweed-dnf environment takes half the time of
the tumbleweed (with zypper) + dnf environment, and is 3x faster than
the zypper environment.
I'm hoping that for Leap 15.3, we can add leap-dnf images too...
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